Dancin’ with the devil on a level far beyond wickedness and iniquity, German band ABBY give an all-embracing thumbs up to Monsieur Adi remixing their recent ‘Streets’ single – as the man from France comes away with colossal synthesizer results. BONUS! MORE BONUS!
Falling head over heels in audio collision love, dance music’s version of The White Stripes carry on with a slow and gritty slow-timed beast – that moves shadowy and swift like a Dark Brotherhood assassin on-point for his / her first kill. 80’s glam gets re-injected from DEJA this April. DEJA – Still Falling
Fyfe brings alternative pop to a whole new dimension with his latest release of “Lies”. In preparation of the release of Fyfe (Paul Dixon)’s debut EP titled Solace (set to be available April 7 courtesy of Benvolio Music), this 23-year-old Londoner greets us with his analytical yet instinctive take on the realm of pop. Deviating…
As promised, today marks the day that eccentric trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs premiere their first song since 2010 on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show. Karen O and gang put everything on the table with groovy cut “Sacrilege” that escalates from the bare basics they are known for into a…
Don’t be fooled by the all caps vowel-suck. LVL UP have nothing to do with Nintendo, and you won’t find a Gameboy anywhere near their rig. This New York lo-fi outfit is about as far from chiptune as one band can get. But with chunky guitars, big drums, and a…
Based from out of Brooklyn, New York – Reed Kackley’s Silent Rider’s is an art form loved in arrangement and tempo. As part of his live setup, Dan Goldberger, Ryan Payne and Aaron Goodrich enlist themselves as that extra kick needed to turn all of their studio work into a live, breathing monster. Alongside another [...]
Daniel Alcala’s glorious choice of refrain use is evident amongst his remix of Worship’s ‘Horizon’ and his sharp & short, staggered use of electronic flairs on ‘Household Goods’ from TEED. ‘Pets’ by Porno For Pyros is just the icing on this ravenous New York City cake via its laidback and relaxing groove. WORSHIP – Horizon [...]
Hurricanes, floods and other variations of extreme weather. We survived. 12-12-12-12-12… etc. We survived. 12-21-12… the Mayan apocalypse. We survived. Internet crashes, a tough economic recession, awful service from our public server company, and Gangnam Style… we survived. Not to mention a radical lifestyle change by yours truly which left me to take on a [...]
Rolling along a cross-bed of bouncy beats and heavyweight sectioned action, garage-titan Todd Edwards styles a remix in a way that sees Daft Punk creating a secret UK Garage track that the studio engineer has just resurrected from the lost archives on the sly. Tepr handle the spring time atmosphere freshness, whilst Alvin Risk beefs [...]
Whether it’s a full-on groove fest from Inflagranti, a killer-drivin’ bassline from Moonlight Matters, or a slow grooving series of twirls from Wolfram.. Hercules And Love Affair ‘Painted Eyes’ is a lesson to us all about percussive glamour and straightforward uniqueness. HERCULES AND LOVE AFFAIR – Painted Eyes (Inflagranti Remix) HERCULES AND LOVE AFFAIR – [...]
Taken from Elan Tamara’s “Organ EP” on Big Dada Recordings, ‘Don’t Know Why’ plays like a continuous carousel journey around a tantalizing and colourful roundabout called avant-garde with a charming orchestra named after a delicate heartbe…
Moving through a connection of alternative Boston caster iron and Los Angeles scripted hip-hop, Future King, Good Cat, Donatello and Thom von Blake (as Plus Move) reach down into their bag and pull out a swaying and soothing re-rub of a Passion Pit staple favourite. PASSION PIT feat. FUTURE KING & GOOD CAT – Constant [...]
The Sinclair Sinclair are back, and they are back with a vengeance. Intertwined against a shrubbery of electronica and four prickly branches of supernatural substance, “The Dreamers Of The Dreams” EP is a continuous tale of faraway alternative and absent-minded guitar bliss. The Sinclair Sinclair are indeed out of this world… Available in multiple digital [...]
Two titans of the dance audio ring are motioned over by two worthy contenders packing their own bass kicks and treble sweeps in their steps. Revisiting AntonyToga’s rework of Depeche Modes’ Martyr (first covered back in December 2012) and welcoming in Xristo’s re-reb of Eric Prydz’s ‘Everyday,’ should put hairs on the chest of hairless [...]
Totally undaunted by reworking a legendary Pixies track, Philadelphia’s ReedStreets takes on their vintage classic and makes it sound more cooler than a badly designed pair of “shackle shoe” Adidas trainers.